Art Market Hamptons will be celebrating its fourth season at the Bridgehampton Historical Society from July 10-13, 2014. This exclusive art fair, which only has 40 galleries participating, brings the very best of modern and contemporary art to the Hamptons elite.

Centrally located at the Bridgehampton Historical Society, Art Market Hamptons is at the cultural hub of the Hamptons and welcomes returning residents and new visitors. The fair will return with newly designed tents whose expansive and generous layout welcomed over 9,500 visitors last year. This expanded space allows for optimal viewing and a memorable fair experience.

Art Market Hamptons will be working with LongHouse Reserve and Norwood for the Benefit Preview Reception and we look forward to this exciting opening event that will commence the start of Art Market Hamptons. They also have new Cultural Partnerships with some of New York City’s leading organizations. Roberta’s, Red Hook Lobster Pound, and Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream will be this year’s gourmet food vendors.

Art Market Hamptons selects only 40 exhibitors for it’s cathedral tented venue. This creates an intimate viewing experience that highlights the very best of modern and contemporary art. A diverse and exciting presentation featuring works on paper by Wayne White and Thomas Campbell from Joshua Liner Gallery will be put on display. FREIGHT + VOLUME will be bringing artists RÖMER + RÖMER and Damian Stamer to the show, while eric firestone gallery from neighboring East Hampton will be showcasing the work of BÄST and Henry Chalfant. NYC’s Forum Gallery will be featuring a number of Japanese paper constructions by Cybelle Young and enthralling abstract canvasses by Brian Rutenberg. Los Angeles gallery 101/EXHIBIT will present a solo presentation of Ian Ingram paintings alongside longtime NYC dealer Jen Bekman Gallery who will have works on hand by Christian Chaize.

Returning local galleries Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, and Vered Gallery will present with first time exhibitors like LA’s Reserve Ames, Pentimenti Gallery from Philadelphia and the Lower East Side’s Two Rams, and Gallery SENSEI. Muriel Guépin Gallery and Gitana Rosa Gallery, both Brooklyn alumni who moved to Manhattan, will be returning with strong presentations.

Established galleries will be bringing specialized work including Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts with a presentation of exquisite examples from 1900-1950 and New York’s Galerie Mourlot will be showing blue chip artists including works by Pablo Picasso and Adolph Gottlieb. Birnam Wood Galleries will be bringing a selection from their contemporary and modern program. A presentation will be held of the estate of Lester Johnson by Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects. Center Street Studio will be joining the fair again this year with their excellent selection of contemporary prints along with New York’s JHB Gallery and Tally Beck Contemporary. Miami’s Mindy Solomon Gallery will be back for her 4th consecutive edition of the fair.

Exhibitor List:

Aureus Contemporary
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts
Birnam Wood Galleries
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery
Center Street Studio
Clark Priftis Art
Eric Firestone Gallery
Freight + Volume
Forum Gallery
Galerie Mourlot
Gitana Rosa Gallery
Grenning Gallery
JHB Gallery
Jen Bekman Gallery
Joshua Liner Gallery
Joy Wai Gallery
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

Lyons Wier Gallery
Mindy Solomon Gallery
Morgan Lehman Gallery
Muriel Guépin Gallery
Neoteric Fine Art
Pentimenti Gallery
Red Truck Gallery
Reserve Ames
Rosenbaum Contemporary
Sara Nightingale Gallery
Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects
Tally Beck Contemporary
Timothy Yarger Fine Art
Two Rams
Vered Contemporary
Vered Gallery

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